Merimbula was named after the Aboriginal
word for 'two lakes'. It is approximately three hours drive to
Australia's capital Canberra..
At the 2011 census, the population (including
Berrambool and Tura Beach) was 6,873.
There are daily flights from Sydney and
Melbourne to Merimbula. Merimbula is a town on the Merimbula Lake,
located on the Far South Coast or Sapphire
Coast of New South Wales, Australia. The
population within 10 km of the Merimbula Post
office is over 18,000 people. Merimbula serves
predominantly as a tourist town and is also
renowned for its fresh rock oysters and annual
Jazz Festival, June Queens' Birthday Long
Merimbula is one of only a few cities on the
South Coast of NSW to have its own airport,
Merimbula Airport. Flights from Sydney
often stop in Moruya.
Situated just off the national highway 1, the
Princes Highway, Merimbula is nearly the same
distance to both Sydney and Melbourne, with
both trips taking between five and seven hours
to drive. Satellite towns
within the 10 km population radius include
Pambula, Pambula Beach, South Pambula and
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